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Weather.com, the sometimes scrooge of the internet, has lied to us before (read: yesterday). But since it’s only early-afternoon, we’re willing to invest some hope in its mostly sunny, high 50s prediction. In which case, you should grab your throwback Chewbacchanal sunglasses and stop by the Greenmarket, which promises a “nice full market.” The market will […]

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Have you ever seen those ginormous ostrich eggs at the Greenmarket and wondered how to cook them? In this week’s Cooking with Bwog, our culinary correspondent Matt Powell, assisted by fearless photographer Amanda Tien and the rest of the connoisseurs in the Culinary Society, show you how to make the most of your egg. First, you […]

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For some, spring break is a time to go crazy. There are many ways and places to go crazy, but you might not have thought of the Columbia farmer’s market. Now you can! The great beasts are laying! Roaming Acres Ostrich Farm will have eggs! You can live the dream of being a sexy young […]

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